I bought an original, (pre pcI), pc16-46. It had the old style amp (pre Bash). When I purchased it, the manual said to turn the gain all the way up and control the amount sent to the sub with your processor/receiver. No problemo. Now, I have added in a PC16-46+ with the Bash amp. Off the top of my head, I can't remember exactly where they recommended setting the gain but, it wasn't all the way up. Well, when calibrating and trying to get all the speakers to the same level, I have to boost the sub trim damn near +10 just to get it to reach the same level as the rest of the speakers. Obviously, the solution would be to turn up the gain on the SVS a bit more and turn down the sub trim a bit. Well...why the hell not turn to gain all the way up and turn down the trim quite a bit? Why not run the Bash in the Plus sub like it say to do in the older SVS? That's what I ended up doing and, I was wondering if there are any problems with that? I don't crank the sound up to reference levels anyhow so, it seemed to make even more sense to turn the gain all the way up. Where do you guys set the gain on your Bash equipped SVS's?